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Remove-VMFromCluster



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SYNOPSIS

Removes a clustered role, also called a resource group, from a failover cluster.

SYNTAX


Remove-ClusterGroup [[-Name] <StringCollection>] [-Cluster <String>] [-Force] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [-RemoveResources] [<CommonParameters>]



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DESCRIPTION


The Remove-ClusterGroup cmdlet removes a clustered role. also called a resource group, from a failover cluster.


Use this cmdlet to delete a group. If the group still has resources in it, then either remove the resources first, or specify the RemoveResources parameter.



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RELATED LINKS

Online Version: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=321053
Add-ClusterGroup
Get-ClusterGroup
Move-ClusterGroup
Start-ClusterGroup
Stop-ClusterGroup

REMARKS

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Examples


EXAMPLE 1

PS C:\>Remove-ClusterGroup –Name MyFileServer



This example prompts the user for confirmation and then removes the clustered role named MyFileServer, if the resources have first been removed from it.




EXAMPLE 2

PS C:\>Remove-ClusterGroup –Name MyFileServer -Force



This example removes the clustered role named MyFileServer, if the resources have first been removed from it. The cmdlet does not prompt for confirmation.




EXAMPLE 3

PS C:\>Remove-ClusterGroup –Name MyFileServer -Force -RemoveResources



This example removes the clustered role named MyFileServer, without prompting for confirmation. All cluster resources in MyFileServer will be deleted.